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DR. Venetian Liniment universal satisfaction during the ______ Torn It ha« been Introduced into the States. After haring been tried by minion« It Has two Uni Pain Destroyer of the World. Pain Cannot be whrre thin Liniment In nurd. If need as directed It cannot end never lias failed In a single instance. A* an External Remedy in Cage» of Chronic Rheumatism, Pain« In the Llmbvllack, Chapped hands and Chest, Sores, Mosquito Bites, Toothcache, Cuts, Stings of Insects, Headache, Sores, Bouse«, Stiffness of the Joints, an« Contractions of the Muscle«, •' ITS WONDERFUL CURATIVE PROP ERTIES ARE MIRACULOUS. Taken internally to cases ol Sick Headache. Bowel Complaints, Cholera, Dysentery, Colic, Vomiting, Sea Sickness, and Dyspepsia. Its soothing and penetrating qualities are felt aa f as taken. There la nothing injurious in its composition, as the following will testify: OATH. composed are perfectly harmless to take Internally, even in double the quantities named in the directions even in double the quanti accompanying each Dot tli New York/Jannary 9,1 day. FI a L TOBIAS. V 1865—Sworn to before me this ERNANDO WOOD, Mayor. GREAT CURE OF RHEUMATISM This is to certify that I had the rheumatism in mg so that I coula not walk without a crutch, and after Ä? j Dr. Tobiae' Venetian Liniment a short time, I I entirely relieved, and candidly believe it la a most certain core for rheumatism, aa I have tried many things without any good, and after using this Venetian liniment for only a few days I was well. HUCfH PAUL, 901 Avenue B, New York. From Dr. Sw ir. Sweet, th« Renowned ie Famoui and World Metier. North Kingston, Rhode Island. Dr. Tobias— Dear Sir: I have used your valuable Venetian Uniment in my practtcejas bone-setter for th last twenty-five years, ana consider It the best article I ever used for bathing broken bones, wounds, lame back, sprains, etc. 1 Save no besitati inglt to the public as the best article heir ta Yours truly, on in rocommend le for pall* flesh Is AMKSSWEET. ASTHMA. This is to certify that I had the Asthma since 1841, and had been treated by many physicians without relief. Your Venetian Uniment has made a perfect core. WM. Y. TOWNSEND, Richmond, Staten Island GREAT CURE OF RHEUMATISM, This certifies that I, Antony Sebary, living at 137 Perry street, New York, was severely afflicted with rheumatism for seven months, and for one month used a crotch, being nnable to walk without one. I have been ander tree r treatment at the dispensant and tinder doc _ , besides which I have tried things wlthoi Venetian liniment, which has «nshi-d me is throw away tore without relieving me,__________________ many things without relief, until I used Dr. Tobias' from pain; ao I consider it my duty to recommend it ' my fellow sufferers to try this most wonderful rem r for rheumatism. ANTONY SEBARY. to before me, Wm. Fairman, Com'r of Deeds. edy for i Sworn _______...________. Sold by all druggists and storekeepers everywhere, ; 80 cents and *1. Depot No. 10 Parte ~ at 50 York. Place, New d&wlam-decl6-tf FOX, LYSTEll & ROE, SUCCESSORS TO HUSSEY, DAHIER * CO., f. A F f f- £ HELENA, MONTANA. ^ DEALERS IN \ SCOLD DUST, COIN, CUUBENCV, AND— J EXCHANGE. Will keep accounts for customers, issue Certificat of Deposits, draw Drafts on Deer Lodge and Virginia City, M. T., Corinne and Salt Lake City, U. T., San Francisco, St. Louis, New York, and al! the Principal Citlos of Europe. Collection. FroinpUy Attended to. WBuy County and Terriorial Warrants. wtf-oc!5 ». G. 8Y3IE8, (Lato Associate Justice,) Attorney and Counsellor at Lau, Will practice in all the Courts of Montana. OFFICE;— MA I N STREET, HELENA, Opposite S, II. Bolun & Ca'e. dtf-febl _________ It. L. WARREI, ATTORNEY AT LA TV, Will practice In all Courts of Record In Montana. * OFFICE:—ON WALLACE STREET, dtf-apC _ Virgin ia, ill. T. ____ X. a PAGE. ä. B. COLEMAN PACE A COLEMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office« at RADEHSBUEG AND BOZEMAN. Will practice in ail the Court« of Record in Montana. __ (w3m-deci4) _ ON MABBIAGE. Happy Belief for Yeung Men from the Beete of Errors end Abases In early life. Mahood - Imi ' free, in eealed envelope-. Addreee HOWARD ASSO CIATION. Na • South Ninth sL, PhiL, Pa. dU-o90 *500,000? THE SOUTH CABOLINA Land and Immigration Association TOU THK Promotion of Immigration TO THE SOUTH. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.. Agents, Chariestaa, S. C, A seriea of Concerts will begiven under the auspice« of the SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY at the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Charleston, 8. C., commencing January 8tu, 1813, at which drawings will take place and distribu tions be made to ticket holders. 1st Gift—ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Charles ton, 8. C., cost to build $ 230,000 hav ing an annual rental of about $20,000 from Opera House, Stores and Halls ; the building being about 330 feet by «0 feet, and situated carper of King and Market streets, iu.the centre of the city, and well known to be the finest building and most valuable _______ property in Charleston, valued at.... S2 ( ,0,000 2nd Gift—Cash.*.......................... 1 4th Gift—Cash...............I.....;...... MM*» 5th Gift—Cash«.,......................... . 26 Gift»—Cash—each $1000................ 25,000 26 Gifts—Cash—each $500................. * 2 '®Î5? 260 Gifts— Cash-^èach $100................ 35,000 2600 other Gift—amounting to.»........w. : 37,500 2405 Gifts, amount to......................*1500,000 160,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH. ALL ORDERS STRICTLY CONFIDEN TIAL. FOR FULL PARTICULARS SEND roa CIRCULARS. References in New York City—August Belmont & Ca, Bankers; Hon. Charles O'Conor, Counsellor at Law ; Hon. Roger A. Pryor, Counsellor at Law ; T. A. HoyL Esq., President Gold Room ; Anderson, Starr & Ca, Merchants; Hon. John E. Ward, Counsellor at Law: Colonel Richard Lathers; Hunt, Thompson & Coy Factors: Pettns & Co., Merchants; F. Zogbaum & Fairchild, Merchants. References in Sonth Carolina.—General Wade Hamp ton, Hon. B. F. Pcrnr, Governor M. L. Bonham, Gen. Johnson Hâgood, Hon. Armisted Bnrt, Horn James Chesnut, General John 8. Preston, Hon. W. D. Simp son, Andrew Simonds, Esq., Horn G. A. Trenholm, Governor J. L. Manning, Hbn. J. R. Campbell. To Astnr« Youreeircs that our Entcr priHC Is Honorable, let your Hanker write to any Bank Cashier In Charleston, S. C., before Or dering Tickets. rvisors of Drawing.—Gen ' General Bradley T. United States Currency. Commissioners and Snj era] A. H. Wright of <3 . Johnson at Virginia; Colonel B. H. Rutledge of South C arolina ; Hon. Roger A. Pryor, New York. WThe Drawing will positively take place January 8th, 18T2. INDUCEMENT TO CLUBS. 11 Tickets for....* 80' 23 Tickets for.... 100 50 Tickets for.... *00 100 Tickets for-.. 375. rates will be given for 600 or 1000 tickets if for Immediately. ttances can be nude to us, and ticket« will be by return mail by BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO. Charleston, S. C. General M. C. Butler. John Chadwick. General M. W. Gary. d&w8teodeowd4tw-dec6 NOTICE. U. 8. Land Office, Helena, M. T., Dec. 13,1871, A Joh Complaint having been entered in this office by John Dufly against Alpha R. Burr, for abandoning Home stead Entry No. 236, dat .......... dated April 27, 1870, upon the s « ifnwif and n eVs's and lots Nos. 1, 8 and 3, section 86, township 10 north, range 1 west, in Meagher county, M. T.. with a view to the cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are hereby smnmoned to appear at this office on the 24th day of January. 1ST2, at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and furnish testimony con cerning said alleged abar * w4t-dec!4 f abandonment. ADD. II. SANDERS, Register. STALLION FOR SALE. We have for sale a three-year old etailion ; 10 hands high; good stock. Also, 20 mares in profit, all of which will be sold at> bargain. Address w4t-dec21 J. MAULDIN «U BRO., Watson P. O., Beaverhead County. U. S. Land OrricK, ) Helena, M. T., December 29, 1871./ ^ Idiom» Ilil A Desirable Hina.— There is the biss of redi cule, the hiss of scorn, the hiss of snake« in the grass; but the most delightful hiss is that of Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient In the sparkling goblet, giving assurance to the invalid that his thirst will be deliciously assuaged; that his stomach will be refreshed and purified; that if he is feverish, his body will be cooled by healthy evapora tion; that if he is constipated, the'difllculty will pass away without a pang; and, that if the condition of his general health Is Impaired, it will be speedily restored. Of course, tie will take care to procure none but M»e genuine. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE For 1872. ©Vint ONE HI PAGES Printed In Two Color«, on superb Tinted Paper. YourISumiretl Engravings of flower», Plant» and Vegetable», with Descriptions, and TWO COLORED PLATES. Directions and plans for making Walks. Lawns, Gar d- ns, Ac. The handsomest aiid best FLOBAL GUIDE In the World. All tor Ton Cents, to those who think of buying Seeds. Not a quarter the cost. 200,000 sold for 1 sit. Address, JAMES VICK, _ (itw&w 1 m-dcclS KochoMtor, N» Y, TOWS SITE ENTRY. Clarke county, made application to March 3,1867, lit trust for t he several use and benefit of the occupants of Silver City, M. T., the following de .. .. * -.— - bracing— - -• * * quarte ot section No. one (1), In township Na eleven (11.) scribed tract of land, embracing the site of said town, vi* : The north west quarter of the sonth east quarter U| nXUUii A.U. UUC HI lull IU7lll|i — « \ß» va'* vit \ll.J north of range Na five (6) west, containing forty (40) acres. Now, therefore, al! parties Interested are hereby no lied to ' — 6th day < tided to appear at this office at Id o'clock a. m., on the 6th day of February, A. D. 1872, and then and there show cause if any there be, why the proposed entry should not be allowed. ADD. H. ».ANDERS, w4t-jai>4 Register. Ra Ra Ra RADWAY'S Ready Relief! RADWAY'S CUBES THE WOBST PAINS In From one to Twenty Minutes, not one hour After reading this advertisement need any one SUFFER WITH PAIN. IS A CURE FOR EVERY FIAN. It was the first and is TIIE ONLY PAIN REMEDY That instantly stops the most excruciating pains, al lays Inflammation, and cure« Congestion, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels or other Glanda or organa, by one application, IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no matter how violent or excruciating the nnin the RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease, may suffer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS. SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING PALPITATION OF THE HE ART. HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA. CATARRH, INFLUENZA. HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE. NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM. COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS. The application of the READY RELIEF to the part or parta where the pain or difficulty exista will afford ease and comfort minutes HEARTBURN.______ ENTERY, COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS, and all INTERNAL PAINS. Travellers should always carry a bottle of Rail way'« Heady Belief with tbem. A few drops In water will prevent sickness or pains from change of water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a stimulant. FEVER AND AGUE Fever and Ague cored for fifty cents. There is no remedial agent in the world that will cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious, Billons,_ Scarlet, Ty Id, quick a cents per bottle. photo, Pills) so quick as Radway's Ready Relief. Fifty HEALTH! BEAUTY! Strong and Pure Rich Blood—Increase ol f'leuh and weight—Clear Skin and Beautiful Complexion SECURED TO ALL. Radway's SAKSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES SO QUICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES Tine BODY UNDERGOES UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF THIS TRULY WON DERFUL MEDICINE THAT Every Day an Increase in Flesh Weight is Seen and Felt. Dr. Radway's SAKSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT, The firent Blood Purifier. Every DRor of the SAKSAPARILLIAN RESOL VENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat, Urine and other fluids and juices of the system the vigor of life, for it repairs the wastes of the body wl(h new and sound materiaL Scrofula, Syphilis, Consump tion, Glandular diseases, Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes iu the Glands and other paris of the System, sore Eyes, Strumurons Discharges from the Ears, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots, Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in Womb, and all weakening Chemistry, and a few days' use will prove to any person using it for either of these forms of disease its potent power to cure them. If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes and decomposition that is continually progressing, succeeds in arresting these wastes, and repairs the same with new material made from healthy blood, and this the SAKSAPARILLIAN will and does secure ; a cure is certain ; for when once this remedy com mences its work of purification, and succeeds in di minishing the loss of wastes, its repairs will be rapid, and every day the patient will feel himself growing better and stronger, the food digesting better, appe tite improving, and flesh and weight increasing. Not only does the Sarsapaiuluan Resolvent excel ail known remedial agents in tiie cure of Cronie, Scrofulous, Constitutional and Skin diseases, but it is aip only positive cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy' Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Urine, Bright's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all cases where there are brick-diist deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy mixed with substances like tiie white of an egg, or threads like white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious ap pearance. and white bone dust deposits, and when there is à pricking, burning sensation when passing water, and juiiu iu the Small of the back and along the Loins. Tiuuor oï Twelve Years' Growth CURED BY RADWAY'S RESOLVENT. Beverly, Mass., July IS, 1863. Dk. Radway: —I have had Ovarian Tumor in the ovaries and bowels. Al! the Doctors said "there was no help for it" I tried everything that was recom mended ; but nothing helped me. I saw your Resol vent, end thought 1 would try it; but hail no faith in it, because 1 had suffered lor twelve years. I took six bottles of the Resolvent, and one box of Radway's Pills, and two bottles ot your Ready Relief ; und there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or felt, and I feel better, smarter, and happier than I have for twelve veers. The worst tumor was iu the left side of tiie bowels, over the groin. 1 write this to yon for the benefit of others.' You can publish it if vou choose. HANNAH 1'. KNAPP. Dk. Radway's Prefect Purgative Pills, perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet gum. pifrge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strengthen, Rad way's Pills, for the cure of alt disorders of the Stem; ach, Liver, Bowels. Kidneys, Bladder. Nervous Dis" Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals or deleterious drugs. the following sympP Disorders of the Digestive Organs: WObserve the following symptoms resulting from Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood in the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart burn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Stoking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations- when in a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dot* or webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pains in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eye«, Pain in the 8ide, Chest and Limbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. A few doses of Radway ' s Pills will free the sys tem from all the above named disorders. Price 26 cents per box. Sold by Druggists Bead "FALSE and TRI E.,' Send one letter ktanp to HADWAY A CO., No* 87 Malden Lane, New York. Informa tion wort h thousand» will be »ent yen. dJtwlyeod-jeö. PRINTING. THE HELENA HERALD. DAILY AND WEEKLY. THE NEWSPAPER FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE NORTHWEST. With new Type, new Presses, and a Complete Office in every respect It is the oldest, best established and mast reliable journal in the Northwest It publishes ALL THE NEWS from overy part of the world, by telegraph and the mails, promptly and in full. THE DAILY IIEBALD is published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at five o'clock. THE WEEKLY HERALD, a forty-eight cobimn sheet, is published cvci-y Thursday, and is a first class FAMILY NEWSPAPER It gives all the news of the week, editorial discussions of current topics, aud a great variety of choice miscellany. No better family paper Is published in the West or Northwest than the Helena Weekly Herald. # BOOK AND JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT s complete to every particular, and having doubled onr facilities with new mul Improved presses and type, wo are prepared to execute all ordere with promptness and dispatch. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, BILLS OF LADISIJ, CIKCULAB8, POSTERS, BUSINESS CARDS, ENVELOPES, CHECKS, NOTES, DRAFTS, CIRTIFICATES OF STOCK, HAND BILLS, PROGRAMMES, ETC., ETC. Office, Holtor's Granite Block, Three Doors below the Post Office. __FI SK BROTHERS, Proprietors. MARION WATCHES. ■. m&moz UNITED STATES WATCH 00'S WATCHES. Watch Xo. 10SO, TT. 8. Watch Co., Stem-Winder—variation, S Second» in 14 Month*. L. E. Chittenden, late Reg. T\ ft. Treat. Watch No. 1194, U. S. Watch Co., Stem-Winder—variation, 0 seconds in seven months. A. L. Dennis, Free. .V. J. It. It. .ft T. Co. Watch No. 1037, U. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, only 6 seconds per month. Henry Smith, Treat. Panama It. It. Co., 88 Wall St., X. T. Watch No. 9617, U. S. Watch Co.—variation, 15 seconds in twelve months. I. V room an. Engineer N. Y. C. AB. It. It. Watch No. 4090, U. S. Watch Co.—variation, 3 seconds in tv. .> months. Josuua I. Bragg, Conductor, X. J. It. R. Watch No. 91J030, TT. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 7 seconda in four month«. 8. M. Beard, firm Beards eft Cummings, 128 Fi'Ont Street, X. T Watch No. 10X48, U. 8. Watch Ca, Stem Winder—variation, 6 seconds per month. Z. C. Priest, Aie't Sup't X. Y. C. AII. It. It. Watch No. 94,008, U. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation. 6 secondB In five months Chas. H. Wolf, firm Chat. II. Ilo(f «ft Co ., Pearl St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Watch No. 1143, V. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 39 seconds In eight months. Jambs B. Ryer, of Kelly & Co., 722 «ft 724 Broadway, X. Y. City. Watch No. 1198, U. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—varied 1 second a week, for fourteen months. II. Lassino, Manager Knickerbocker Life Ins. Co., 161 Broadway, N. Y. City. Watch No. 9680, U. 8. Watch Co.—variation ,N3 seconds In three months. Jacob Wbart, Collector qf Int. Bev., 6tA Diet., X. J., Jersey fit; . Watch No. 1088, U. S. Watch Co.—variation, 3 seconds In three months. John Lindstrom, 844 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn, X. Y. Watch No. 1804, U. S. Watch Co.—variation, 0 seconds in fix months. H. Cottrell, 133 Front Street, X. J". Watch .No. 1700, TT. S. Watch Co.—variation, 7 second« in ffvo months. Jno. W. Smith, State Agent, Amsterdam Lit. Co., Dubuque. Iowa. IFufch No. tOOi, TT. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 17 seconds in fifteen months. Willard Derby, of Derby, Snow «ft Prentise, Jersey CUy, N. J . Watch No. 1081, V. K. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 30 seconds in six months. John D. Robert, 6 College Place, X. Y. Watch No, 1154, IT. S. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, St seconds in nine months. Horace Hatch, M. B., 25 West 38th Street, New York. Watch No. 19,000, Y. P. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, second per day, for three months. Judge Chas. II. Voorbis, Hackensack , X. J. Watch No. 1944, U. P. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 5 seconds per month, for three months. E. C. Keys, Pittsburgh , Pc. Watch No. 19,019, Y. S. Watch.Co., Stem W! oder— variation. J2 seconds in five month». Gao. Lovis, CerC' Eastern Passenger Agt., Toledo, Wabash «C Western Hail way. Watch No. 999G, Y. G. Watch Co., Stem \\ indcr—variation, 10 seconds per month. Oscar M. Sanford, Ctica, X. 3'. Watch No. 117G, U. P. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 5 seconds in three months. Henry DbLancy, Eng. Phil, «ft Erie Jl. B. Watch No. 1908, U. f. Watch Co.. Stem Winder—variation. 7 seconds in eleven months. A. II. King, Vire-ihts. X. J. Car Spring AH. Co., 7 Bark Bl., X. J'. Watch No. 9901, U. S, Y.'atch Co., Stem Winder—variation, B seconds per month. E. O, Whittle, Con. U. «6 B. Jl. It.,mca, X. Y. Watch No. 19,003, U. C. Watch Co., Stem Winder—variation, 6 seconds in two months. \V. S. Dunn, with 11. B. Clajlin «ft Co., Xew York. Welch No. 90/) 10, U. 3. Watch Co., Ptciu Winder—variation. 1 second in six months. Geo. W. McDonald, Supt. Brooklyn Water Works. Watch No. 1788, Y. P. Watch Co.—variation. 20 seconds in SVJ months, from Greenwich time, London, England. Henry Morford, Equitable Lift Ins, Co., 120 Broadway, X. Y. Watch No. 9788, U. S. Watch Co.—variation, 1 second in one month; Jab. B. Reaver, 111 & 113 William Street, X. Y. Price Lists furnished the trade on application, inciostog business card. For ea'o by the traco gen erally. Ask your jeweler to seo the MARION WA'fCMti® BEWARE of •wort/ikst imitations with which the country ù flooded. To avoid impo sition, see that the words MARION, N. «A, are engraved on the plate oxr the Main-Spring Barrel. All others are spurious. yjjnted States Watch Co. GILES, SCIO. & CO., 63 anâ 85 State Street, Chicago, 111. GILES, WALES & CO., No. 13 Maiden Lane New York* [No. 74.) Application for Patent. U. P. Land Office, Helena, Montana Ter'y,) November 25tli, 1871. / NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Uobcrt Lawrence and tt o«xl mau S. Pai nter have this day made application for patent under the act ol Congress approved July 9th, 1870, for the following described placer mining claim, situated in Morgan's Gulch Mining District, Deer Lodge County, and in township No. (10) ten, north of range No. if) six west, Montana Territory: Beginning at a post four inches square from which the junction of Morgan's gulch aud Little Blackfoot creek bears s. 23 deg. 44 mm. we3t, distant 84 30-100 chains, and running thence north 21 deg. SO rain. c. SC chains; thence a 08 deg. 30 min. west 48-71 chains; thence g. 81 deg. 30 min. west 38 chains; thences. 68 deg. 30 min. e. 46-71 chains to the place of beginning, containing an area of (160) one hundred and sixty acres. The adjoining claimants to these premises are David Ilagadorn, George lliggins, Joseph Davis, and D. P. Lake <t Co. This claim is more fully described by the notice and diagram filed in this office, copies of which are con spicuously posted upon the premises claimed. W90d-n27 ADD. Ik SAN DEUS, 1 tegietcr. [No. 71.] APPLICATION FOB PATENT. U. S. Land Office, Helena, M. T., Nov. 8,1S71. Notice is hereby given that W. Green Preuitt, David A. Bently, Andrew H. Wing and Rufus E. Arick, all of Lewis and Clarke county, M. T., have this day made application for Patent under the Act of Congress ap proved July 26th, 1668, for the following described Mineral Claim, to wit: Twenty-two hundred (2,300) linear feet on the XL Lode, bearing silver, situated in Oro Ftoo Gulch Mining District, Lewis and Clarke County, Montana Territory, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a post in mound from which the quarter section corner on south boundary of sec. Na (36) thirty-six, T. 10N., R. 4 W., bears N 41 deg., E. dis tant 1,728 feet, and running thence N. 39 deg. 30 min., W. 2,200ft., thence S. 60 deg. 30 min., W. 100 feet, thence R 39 deg. 30., E. 2,200 feck th nice N. 60 deg- 30 i E. 100 feet to the place of beginning, containing min lg an area of 5. 5-100 acres. No adjoining claimants; the nearest claimants known are the Memphis Mining Company. This claim is more fully described by the notice and diagram filed in this office, copies of which arc con spicuously posted upon the premises claimed. w90d-n3 ADD. ll SANDERS^Rcgister. APPLICATION FOB PATENT. U. S. Land Office, Helena, M. T., Oct. 11,1S71. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, that Janie» Win» seots, lias this day made application for patent under the act of Congress approve«! July 26th, 1806, for tlife following described Lode Mining Claim, to-wit: (2-tHI) twenty-two hundred, linear feet on the Washington Lode, bearing silver, situated in Lump Gulch Mining District, Jefferson County, Montana Territory. Beginning at a post from which the quarter section corner on sonth boundary of sec. No. S3 to Township No. 9 north of range Na 3 west, beers ». 25 «leg., w. distant 1563 feet, and running thence ». Î7 deg. 30 mill., w. 2,200 feet, thence n. 12 deg. 30 min., w. 160 feet, thence n- 77 deg. 30 min., e. 9,200 feet, thence s. 12 deg, 30 ml a-, c. 100 feet to the place of beginning, contain ing an area of 8,5-190 acre». The nearest claimant to these premises 1» Joseph Hasty, (placer mines.) w90d-octl2 ADD. il. SaNDKRN. Register. [No. 75.) Appiiculioii for Patent. U. S. Land Ofi-ice, Helena, Montana, Ter'y,) November 27th, 1871. ( NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA I' Samuel Neel, of Lewis and Clarke comity, and Jacob S. Cri»iuan, of Jefferson county, Montana Territory, have this day made application for patent under the act of Congress approved July 9th, 1870, for the following described placer mining land, situated in Urickly Fear tion No. (13) thirteen, In township Na (9) nine, north of range Na (3) west from the principal meridian, Mon tana Territory, containing an area of (16(1) one hundred and sixty acres. The adjoining claimants to these premises are Mathias Gales Si Nickolaas Schier. w90d-n 27 _ ADD . R SA NDERS , Register. W ALTER Hr. JOHNSON, CIVIL ENGINEER Will attend to the Survev of land Claims, Undei Ground or Snrltce Surveys of Mines. Accurate surveys tor mining ditches of any capacity. Estimates and ex aminations made for all classes of work in the profes sion. Refers to Captain N. Wall,.,Helena; Bunnack Dt and Mining Company, Bannock. Address Helena or Deer Lodge City.